Turkish Cargo: Opening of a line to Turkistan

Turkish Cargo has enriched its flight network by introducing a new connection to a new destination, Turkistan.

Departing from Istanbul, the subsidiary of the national company will spread its wings every Wednesday and Friday towards Khazret Sultan airport near Istanbul by operating its Airbus A330-200 to transport thirty-seven tonnes of goods.

Turkish Cargo announced the launch of cargo flights between Istanbul and Turkistan, the Turkistan region akimat (administration) reported on May 4.

According to a manager of the Turkish company, another new destination will have to strengthen its network in the coming days, and will be heavily in China.

European leader in air freight

Turkish Cargo establishes itself as the largest cargo airline in Europe with an impressive network of 340 destinations. Covering more than 130 countries, the company plays a key role in global logistics, connecting markets in Europe, Asia, Africa and America.

Operating from its main hub, Istanbul Airport, TK Cargo has invested in a modern and diverse fleet, including Boeing 777F, Airbus A330-200F and other passenger aircraft converted to cargo aircraft. This allows it to offer flexible transport capacity adapted to each type of cargo.

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